One of my clients splits his time between Florida and Wyoming. He skis and collects cars. He never complains about state taxes. The successful residents of NY, NJ, and CT may want to follow his lead. Gallup shows us why:
Residents of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are the most likely of any state’s residents to say the amount they pay in state taxes is “too high.” Roughly three in four adults in each of these say their state taxes are too high, four times higher than the 19% saying this in Wyoming, whose residents are least likely to say their state taxes are too high.
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